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No Mitch wickets recorded, poor.
leaves us free to fantasize about that 145kph inswinger cutting the futile textbook forward defense in half and ruining off stick
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Reports mentioning 'consistently above the 140kph mark', odd for a non-TV game.
We'll see on Friday anyway. If he does the business in the T20Is he may find himself in the ODI team at some point.
He must be stoked to bowl on something that isn't Colin Munro Park.
His ball to Papps a few weeks ago was pretty much the perfect delivery to the front foot oriented right hander.
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All right, since it's obvious this series is being viewed as a trial for the next limited overs allrounder, to get this thread moving lets place our bets.
Anderson - highest ceiling of the three, and potentially world class in both departments. Unfortunately he's on the floor of the room with the very high ceiling (to steal a quote from PEWS).
Munro - The most limited of the three due to his batting technique and his bowling is the weakest of this lot. His eye is as good as either and he makes hitting look easy. He has also been the most effective of the three with the bat across all formats so far.
Neesham - Equal with Anderson with the bat in terms of raw potential, but has been more effective with bat and ball. He is currently the most effective bowler of the three.
Batting (on results) - Munro, Neesham, Anderson
Batting (on potential) - Anderson = Neesham, gap, Munro
Bowling (on results) - Neesham, daylight, Anderson = Munro
Bowling (on potential) - Anderson, daylight, Neesham, daylight, Munro
I'm going to place my bet on Jimmy Neesham. He combines ability with progress.
I'm expecting to be told to taste it over the newest candidate for Genuine Fast Bowler Who Doesn't Break Down as well. I have a hunch McClenaghan will enjoy South African conditions quite a lot with his style of bowling.
Not going to taste it ftr. I was right in 2009. It's 2012 now.
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Boult to Mathews, OUT, Caught at second slip! It was a length ball going across Angelo, who tried to hit it hard towards the leg side and got an outside edge that flew fast towards Guptill, who took a reflex catch in front of his face
No rain expected for Friday's game at Durban. At least the series can get off to a good start.
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